REVIEW: Palse at Cape Town Fashion Week

REVIEW: Palse at Cape Town Fashion Week

Palse presents their latest collection at Cape Town Fashion Week

Exploring Palse's creative vision through textures and comfort-driven aesthetics at Cape Town Fashion Week

Staying true to the vision of Palse's founder and creative director, Paledi Segapo, this collection re-defined the silhouette with squared-off hems and sleeves. Textural pairings added an imaginative touch, while plush quilted pieces provided a modern interpretation of comfort-driven luxury and streetwear influence.

Cape Town Fashion Week's star-studded front row couldn't help but beam at the model in the navy ensemble. The monochrome look was completed with a cropped, quilted puffer vest featuring a veiled hood to shroud the face and add an extra layer of attitude as she took to the runway. High-waisted, wide-legged satin pants and heeled boots finished off this refreshing look.

Highlighting Palse's knack for creating contemporary pieces with a hint of classical sophistication, this ensemble included a cream two-piece suit composed of satin bottoms and a double-breasted blazer. With a chic brown leather clutch bag, the look was completed with white gloves.

Explaining the title, LEWA, the designer defines it an “image of longing, dreaming and anticipation”, and there is certainly a sense of excitement and dynamism that underpins this collection.

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